| Feb 18, 2009
Don Johnson, who played a cop on "Nash Bridges," is out for justice.
The iconic '80s "Miami Vice" actor sued the producers of "Nash Bridges" Tuesday, Feb. 17 for tens of millions of dollars -- what he claims he's owed for the series, reports TMZ.com....
| Jul 7, 2010
| 1:09 PM
LOS ANGELES -- A jury says actor Don Johnson should receive $23.2 million in profits from the 1990s show "Nash Bridges."
Johnson, who played a San Francisco police inspector in the TV series, sued the production company, Rysher, saying he was owed half...
| May 25, 2010
Bulging bug-eyed sunglasses haven't been exterminated for summer 2010, but they're not the buzz they've been over the past few years.
Taking their place in the sun are squarer shapes, modified cat-eyes, vibrant color, animal-skin patterns and —...
| Apr 22, 2010
What is platelet-rich plasma therapy?
PRP therapy involves the removal of a couple of tablespoons of blood from a patient who has a soft-tissue injury. The blood is spun in a centrifuge, which leaves a highly concentrated sample of platelets. These...
| Sep 30, 2009
| 1:28 PM
They can carry a tune, but can they carry an acting role?
A number of music stars have tackled television series work, and Hilary Duff is joining their ranks again. After her Disney Channel run in "Lizzie McGuire," she gets back into home-screen work...
| Oct 2, 2009
When actors try their hands at music, they're playing a dangerous game.
William Shatner, for instance, accidentally made a comedy classic when he recorded an album called "The Transformed Man," released in 1968.
It would be kind to say that Don Johnson'...